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Tuesday, June 29, 2010

BioShock 2 Review

Hey guys. It's Dyzix here from vigil gaming and I'm here to bring you...

BIO SHOCK 2 review!

So, I've just recently finished with the single players after playing through the first time as the good guy who rescues all the little sisters and I love the game. Here is more detail:

Story Line- Stunning. It's captivating, easy to follow and pulls you directly in the game. I couldn't find many things to complain about. This game is just stunning in this aspect. You cannot find many things wrong with it, no major flaws, yet it keeps you compelled and always pulling on your heart strings.

GamePlay - Simple and fun is the easiest way to put it. The game play is intense and exciting and always has you on your toes. With so many variety of attacks, theres so much immersion into the game. Meele attacks, Plasmas, Drills, Rockets, machine guns, you name it, it's all in there and it keeps the game play rich.

Graphics -While I don't like to base a game off it's graphics. It's important to mention the graphics in BioShock 2 which are amazing.

Straight Forwardness - Now I don't see a lot of people doing reviews on this in a sense yet I will definitely do it for all single player games and I encourage others to do it as well. I HATE getting stuck at some stupid level because it doesn't tell you what to do. However, Bioshock 2 has mastered the art of keeping the game challenging yet straight forward and always give you hints and a pleasant arrow to tell you which way to go and what to do. This makes the the game comfortable for all and a much better play.

Length - While I only beat Bioshock 2 in roughly 7 hours of game play, it is definitely a purchase I don't regret. With multilayer still not being talked about (and it will be in a later review) the single player experience alone brings this game so much. On top of that, this game has alternate endings which gets the replay value much higher. But the most important thing to remember about this game is that it is quality gameplay you will get for 7-8 hours of one walk-through. A developer could easily make a game 30 hours long if they made it boring. Bioshock is quality and it is a fine length with high replay value.

Dyzix's rating:

It is a stunning game. Pick it up if you can, it is well worth it, with it only being 30 dollars on steam (15 dollars on sale if you act fast) and it is worth your money. You will get quality game play with a multilayer and a high single player game mode and it is definetly worth a 9.5/10.

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